byShalala, Donna E; United States. Health Care Financing Administration; United States. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of the Secretary; Project Hope. Center for Health Affairs
"Prepared by the Health Care Financing Administration, with the assistance of the Project Center for Health Affairs under cooperative agreement no. 99-C-99168/3-01"--Acknowledgements Topics: Hospice care, Medicare, Hospice Care, Medicare Source: special
byAbdellah, Faye G; Harper, Bernice Catherine; Lunceford, Janet L; United States. Interagency Committee on New Therapies for Pain and Discomfort; United States. Health Care Financing Administration
"This document was prepared as part of the activities of the Subcommittee on Professional Education and Training, Interagency Committee on New Therapies for Pain and Discomfort, Chairman Lorenz K.H. Ng, M.D." Topics: Hospice care, Terminal care
The Cancer Beat 12/2/2014 show. Host, Ingrid Regen, and guest, Jennifer Crane Moss discuss her work as a chaplain in the Veterans' Administration Hospital and her work in Hospice Care. Topics: VA Hospital, Hospice Care, Cancer
The Hospice of Chattanooga Holiday Hearts event this weekend will encourage Chattanoogans to engage in the hospice conversation. The event is set for Friday at the Chattanooga Convention Center and will feature Speakers Miss Tennessee Nicole Jordan and columnist Nell Mohney and will include a Merchantâs Marketplace. Irv Ginsberg of Chattanooga has had experience with Hospice of Chattanooga through the illness and death of his wife of almost 50 years. Ginsberg discusses with Julie Steele his... Topics: Hospice of Chattanooga, hospice care, Julie Steele
Big Talk hosts Suzanne Murphy and Caroline Teschke speak with Registered Nurse, Lenora Trussell who has over 30 years experience. Trussell has spent the past 4 years working as a certified Hospice nurse, and calls herself a "End -of-Life tour guide. Today's show is a compassionate, humorous and straight-forward discussion about dying and death. Topics: big talk, maine, wmpg, radio, hospice care
This case study reports the first successful case of hospice care provided to a Chinese university student in her terminal stage of life. The hospice care and psychological support enabled the student to leave in peace and reduce her family’s grief. Topics: Chinese University Student, Hospice Care, Psychological Support.
"This guide will assist families and individuals of all ages with life-threatening conditions to access information and services, to promote better planning for end of life care, and to talk to their loved ones about end of life decision making." Topics: Terminal care, Hospice care, Palliative treatment
byUnited States. Health Care Financing Administration. Office of Research and Demonstrations; Abt Associates
"This report was prepared for the Health Care Financing Administration under Contract no. HCFA-85-021/ELA by Abt Associates Inc."--Acknowledgments Topics: Hospice care, Hospices (Terminal care), Medicare, Cost-Benefit Analysis, Hospices, Medicare,...
A weekly Public Access interview show hosted by Keith Roe. This Week's guests are Laura Latiolais, Director of Community Relations and Brenda Murphy, Volunteer and Editor/Illustrator, both of Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan. Hospice Care of Southwest Michigan home page Topics: Talk Show, Interview, Community Access, Monday Night Live, Keith Roe, Hospice Care
Hospice and palliative care in Beverly Hills, CA. End of life care agency assisting those who may be facing a life terminal illness.https://hospicevalley.com/hospice-care-beverly-hills-ca/ Topics: Hospice care, palliative care, end of life care, home health care
If you are considering assisted living, home care, dementia care, memory care, Alzheimer’s care, hospice care, or nursing home care check out http://goo.gl/0za0bl Topics: Assisted Living Services, Assisted living las vegas, dementia care, memory care, hospice care
A weekly Public Access interview show hosted by Keith Roe. Keith's guest tonight is Mandy Gibson, Community Relations Director of SouthernCare Hospice. SouthernCare Hospice Home Page Topics: Talk Show, Interview, Community Access Television, Monday Night Live, Keith Roe, Southern Care...
Living Wills: Vital or Deadly? - A Living Will may be a license to kill. "Persistent Vegetative State" - How reliable is a PVS diagnosis? Thirsty? Too Bad. - Withholding food and water is the new "mercy killing." Hospice Care: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - by Tracy Berntsen Tread carefully when you select a hospice. Terri Schiavo: A Senseless Death - The story of one disabled woman's fight for life. Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide: What in the World is Going On? The... Topics: Living Wills, license to kill, Persistent Vegetative State, PVS, mercy killing, Hospice Care, Terri...